urban policy Archive

  • Has JNNURM succeeded in addressing urban poverty?

    Ignorance is not bliss! – for Small and Medium Cities towards addressing urban poverty through JNNURM Pan-India ONE solution for Urban Poverty is failing. We have seen it in JNNURM and shall see it again in Rajiv Awas Yojana. Small and Medium cities are facing the...

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  • Smart Growth

    Compared to suburban greenfield sites, developing infill brownfield property is complicated and costly. We must level the playing field by implementing policies that make infill properties desirable to investors. Many cities and states are following Maryland’s example. In 1997, the state adopted a Smart Growth Areas Act that coordinates economic development with planning. The Act specifies that Maryland will only spend infrastructure and economic development dollars in priority areas that are already served by infrastructure or are planning to build infrastructure – this policy has allowed Maryland to dramatically reinvest in repair, maintenance, and upgrade of existing infrastructure in its urban core.

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  • The Urban Vision : Capture the BIG Picture
    Through the Block Pedestrian Path for DelightPedestrian Path and Sculpture CourtOpen Space Value and PriorityPedestrian Street - Fused GridUrban Park Many FacesSoldiers and Victims of New Urban CultureSoldiers and Victims of New Urban CultureeUpscale Neighbourhood intruderNew Urban Future - Fused Grid
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  • About : The Urban Vision

    The Urban Vision is a social venture & a think-do-tank which was instituted to inspire next generation urbanization.The organization focuses on solutions driven research; advocates & consults on best practices in policy and design; facilitates public dialogue on policy choices.

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